Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on earth, as vast as it is varied in landscape and experiences. Alberta is a destination you won’t soon forget, filled with unique activities, urban charms and cultural jewels. Located in the heart of western Canada, the province of Alberta is bordered by the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Banff and Jasper, world-renowned resorts in our Canadian Rockies, offer luxurious accommodation and fine dining. Take a day trip south and east into the Canadian Badlands and go back millions of years to the age of the dinosaurs. Or venture north into a land of pristine lakes, backcountry lodges, and trophy fishing.
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Bonnyville, Alberta is situated in east-central Alberta between the City of Cold Lake and the Town of St. Paul. The town and surrounding area offers campsites, hiking trails, lakes and golfing in the summer months and cross-country skiing, ice-fishing and snowmobiling when the snow starts to fall. The town itself it situated right on Jessie Lake, with several other lakes in the nearby surrounding area.
Calgary is a vibrant city with a population of 1,149,592, located within breathtaking sights of the Canadian Rockies. Calgary has a compact and very modern downtown core with tall, mirrored skyscrapers on the edge of the always-blue Bow River. The city is a magnet for those who love the outdoors, with Nose Hill Park in the north, Fish Creek Provincial Park, in the city’s south end, and the parklands along the banks of the Bow and Elbow rivers.
Edmonton is the gateway to the majestic Canadian Rockies and is the second-most largest sustainable city in Canada. Edmonton has a vibrant arts and culture community you can explore all year long with festivals, galleries, live entertainment, orchestras, dance companies, and theater.
The Town of Edson, Alberta is located within Yellowhead County on the TransCanada Yellowhead Highway 16, 199 km west of Edmonton. Edson has a population of 8,650, and has a full range of recreational and cultural facilities, excellent health care services, a high quality education system, and a vibrant business sector that serves all of the shopping needs of the local and area residents. Edson serves a trading population of approximately 14,000 people.
The town of Fairview, AB, known as the “Heart of the Peace” is located in Northern Alberta in the middle of Peace County, with a population of 3,300 people. It is located 82 km southwest of the town of Peace River and 115 km north of Grande Prairie at the intersection of Highway 2 and Highway 16A. It is home to Cummings Lake, which boasts camp grounds, baseball diamonds, a playground, a boat launch and a great hiking trail.
Fort McMurray, Alberta is best known for the oil sands and is today’s hottest industrial city. Full of promise and opportunity, many heavy duty mechanics, engineers, project managers, and other positions supporting the oil and gas industries flock to Fort McMurray to make an excellent salary and provide for their families.
Grande Prairie is the gateway to Peace River Country. Serving as the regional centre for business, health care, service and shopping for northwest Alberta and northeast British Columbia, Grande Prairie is modern and vibrant and provides a full range of educational, cultural, recreational and employment opportunities while retaining a small town feeling!
The Town of High Level, Alberta is located in the Northwestern region of Alberta approximately 8 hours north of Edmonton. One of Alberta’s newest communities, the population of High Level is approximately 3,650 people and serves a trading area of about 20,000.
Hinton is located in Yellowhead County, northeast of Jasper and west of Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton. Hinton provides residents with an outstanding quality of life. This active community offers many outdoor recreational opportunities and excellent recreational and cultural experiences and facilities.